Matt O’Brien

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Late-night shows are recorded on iPhones, guests are joining via Zoom, and monologues are delivered without laughs from an audience.

Filming on iPhones, stuffed animals as props: Stay-at-home orders change late-night TV

Late-night shows are recorded on iPhones, guests are joining via Zoom, and monologues are delivered without laughs from an audience.

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